4. A Lucky Collard Bouquet
If the ornament trees weren’t your thing, there are still options that you can use to avoid buying those cut flowers!
You’ll still need some fallen branches for this project. Instead of hanging ornaments on them, though, you’ll raid your fabric and vintage button stash for some little scraps to create fabric flowers. Arrange them in vases with one or two leaves of collard greens, another lucky New Year’s food.
The best part about this arrangement? You can stash the flowers for next time you need some DIY decor, and cook up the collards on New Year’s day!
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